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Introduced in September of 2018, the 2510 AIO by Pentair
1500, 2500, 2700 Manual Valves
2750, 2750 UpFlow
Released in the 80's, this was the predecessor to the 2900. A unique hybrid design using both steel and brass as well as a piston and hydropneumatic (Aquamatic) valves.
Introduced in August of 2018, the 2815 is a 316 Stainless valve that replaces the 2850s. A traditional design with several enhancements. 3200, SXT and XTR2 controls will ensure this valve quickly becomes the best selling 1.5" valve on the market!
Introduced in 2007 and discontinued on December 31st 2018, the 2850s is an improved 2850 valve with higher flow and backwash rates. Claims of discontinuing the 2850 on July 1st of 2008 never materialized due to the extreme popularity of the 2850.
The 2900s replaced the 2900 in july of 2005. A simpler single casting brass valve body and improved backwash rates made this a welcome upgrade,
Introduced in 2000, the 2930 was designed to be basically a 2900 with exceptional backwash rates. The low demand for a dual piston filter valve and lackluster sales doomed this valve from the beginning.
Introduced in 2000, the 3130 was basically a low cost 3150. The under powered motor and marginal cost savings doomed this valve to the scrap heap shortly after it was released.
Introduced in 2000, the 4650 was an excellent replacement for the 3600 valve. Sharing a nearly identical design to the venerable 5600 family, the 4650 soon proved its worth and is still popular for most smaller hot water softeners.
Introduced in 2000, the 5000 ProlFlo SE replace the 5000 Mechanical valve which was almost universally hated for its constant failure of the one way bearing.
5600 Econo II
The 6700 XTR replaced the 6700ET on April 30th, 2007.
Introduced in February 2004, the 7000 quickly became a huge seller for Pentair. It was modified and upgraded over the years and was discontinued on September 30th of 2016..
AIO Manual | NXT Manual | NXT Spec | SE Manual | SE Spec | SXT Manual | SXT Spec | XTR Manual | XTR Spec
We added this one to our website even though it is a European version of the 7000. We get a few questions about this valve every year.
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